Central Notes: Frank, Pistons, Cavs, McMillan

The Bulls squared off against the Heat in Miami today on national TV, but couldn't match the performance they gave in their last meeting.  The Bulls snapped Miami's 27-game winning streak last month and couldn't come away with the W this time, even though Carlos Boozer finished with 16 points and 20 rebounds.  Here's more out of the Central..

  • Vince Ellis of the Detroit Free Press weighs the issues surrounding the uncertain future of Pistons coach Lawrence Frank, and points to owner Tom Gores' public endorsement of the way team president Joe Dumars has cleared cap space as reason Dumars might return. 
  • Nate McMillan would be a candidate to take over the Cavs if they part ways with Byron Scott, but he'll also be in the mix if the Kings move to Seattle, notes Bob Finnan of the News Herald.  McMillan has previously indicated that he would be interested in returning to Seattle to coach.
  • Meanwhile, Scott says that the rumors about his job security don't bother him, tweets Tom Moore of Calkins Newspapers (on Twitter).

Chuck Myron contributed to this post.

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